The elephant is a herbivore by nature. They eat leaves, grass, sugarcane, and other plant matter for their daily living.
Elephants can be dark grey or black and have distinct white tusks. They also have a useful trunk that is used for both eating and practical work.
The elephant is the largest land-dwelling mammal. There are two kinds of elephants Asian and African elephants.
Elephants are among the most intelligent mammals that live on the land.
They work hard in temples lifting heavyweight materials and dense tree logs.
The elephant's large body, four-legged structure, fan-shaped ears, small tail and shining eyes are all well-known.
Wild elephants left to roam free in the jungles are very dangerous and can get aggressive.
Males prefer to be alone while females are more comfortable being with others and can often be seen moving in groups.
Elephants require large landmasses in order to survive and can eat up to 18 hours per day.
These animals help transport large logs from their loading sites to trucks that then transport them further for distribution.